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Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

So, I'm trying to center an image, and I can't lie I'm feeling pretty stuck. Does there happen to be a simple way to change text/image alignment on the page that I happen to be missing?

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago
I thought the RTE has center/left/right aligmment buttons? But if not you can look up how to do that in HTML. And the old style <center></center> tags still work here if you don't want to mess with CSS, but certain brands of autism find that upsetting and unclean.

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

Thank you! 

edit: I seem to still be having trouble, at this point I'm convinced it's something I am doing wrong

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

Anytime you want to enter in some HTML into the RTE, you have to click the 'Source' button then type the HTML into there. To check your work you can click the button again to return to the normal RTE. 

In this case, you want to put <center>Text you want to be centered</center> in the Source box. 

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago
This is disgusting. You're disgusting. Just turn off the RTE, Suranna. This must be why Petros doesn't like you.

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago


Can you speak louder? I can't hear you over the button pressing of the RTE.  ™⇔
 

 

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

It doesn't, unfortunately. Every time I've needed something to be centered I've spammed space until the right moment. :( 

But now I'll be using <center>! Yahoo! 

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago
If you want to change your alignment more towards evil, start simple with some petty theft and maybe some vandalism

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

Sort of surprised it took this long to get this sort of answer.

Alignment: How Do I Change It

11 months ago

Or, for the reverse, try feeding stray kittens and not punching the old beggar tugging at your cloak and spewing forth his age-old request of "Alms! Alms for the poor!"